Loopshot likes to take nascent ideas and turn them into viable approaches to doing business differently. We develop web-based applications, we love to measure everything we do, and have a passion for clean, elegant solutions.
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We are quite experienced in developing web-based applications. We architected Protean, a PHP5 web application framework on which numerous production web applications are currently implemented. We're knowledgeable of the deployment and administration of Linux systems and advanced configurations including load-balancing...
Loopshot, a Northern Nevada-based corporation, was founded in the Spring of 2000. With almost a decade of experience in Internet and mobile software development on multiple platforms, Loopshot has a strong understanding of current industry standards as well as a firm grasp of next-generation Internet and mobile technologies.
The Protean Framework is a code framework we've developed in-house over the course of 4 years. If you're interested in the gory technical details: it's an object-oriented PHP5 framework based on the Front Controller version of the MVC design pattern. It utilizes many other industry-standard design patterns; both from PoEAA and GoF. We also leverage many open-source third-party libraries within it to gain the benefit of the thousands of manhours spent on these solid base libraries, and have integrated them into Protean. This gives us an extremely robust and solid foundation from which to build new web projects.
Eric Jennings, a native of Northern Nevada, has been working with technology since his parents bought their first Macintosh 128k in 1985. Being raised through the Internet movement from its earliest BBS days over 1200 baud, on through NCSA Mosaic, AOL, Unix shell programming, Hotline, Perl and PHP web application development, and the broadband revolution--to today with new ventures into mobile and social networking applications; his breadth of scope helps make Loopshot as agile as it is.
Eric earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Computer...
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